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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYWinder, Georgia - July 16, 20141. Nats camper shouting, kids in cafeteria2. Various campers sitting down3. Inside camp rec room4. SOUNDBITE: Audrey Vogel, camp counselor-in-training (transcript below)++SOT PARTIALLY COVERED++5. Kids playing outside6. Campers sitting in circle7. Medium of Audrey Vogel with campers8. SOUNDBITE: Audrey Vogel, camp counselor-in-training (transcript below)9. Kids swimming in pool10. SOUNDBITE: Tricia Kardon, camp director11. Tight shot of camper Blake Desadier going into swimming slide12. Various campers on rope course-----VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:nats screaming/dancingEVERYTHING IS OUT IN THE OPEN..Nats kids shouting in lunch hallAND ALMOST ANYTHING GOES _ EVEN SHOUTING.THIS IS CAMP TWITCH AND SHOUT. A PLACE FOR CHILDREN WITH TOURETTE SYNDROME. A NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER THAT MAKES PEOPLE HAVE DIFFERENT TYPES OF TICS.SOUNDBITE (English): Audrey Vogel, Camp Counselor in Training "It was honestly one of the coolest moments in my life and this sounds weird but everyone was just ticking. Kids were throwing themselves on the floor. They were screaming at the top of their lungs. I have a tapping tic where I have to tap people 8 times on the shoulder." AUDREY VOGEL CAME TO THE CAMP FOUR YEARS AGO AS A SHY 14-YEAR-OLD . NOW SHE'S A COUNSELOR IN TRAINING ABLE TO ACCEPT HER TOURETTE'S. SOUNDBITE (English): Audrey Vogel, Camp Counselor in Training "I was making this such a huge deal. I was focusing my life around it I didn't even have friends because of it. It was my choice. People weren't avoiding me really, I was avoiding them because I didn't want them to ask about it."THE CAMP WAS STARTED SIX YEARS AGO BY TRICIA KARDON, WHOSE SON HAS TOURETTE'S. IT'S NOW GROWN TO MORE THAN 170 CAMPERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND ABROAD.SOUNDBITE (English): Tricia Kardon, Camp Twitch and Shout Director"Our vision was to make a difference for our children, make a difference for children with Tourette. Have a place where they would be successful where no one would question their disorder. "SOMETHING THAT HAPPENED TO 11 YEAR-OLD BLAKE. HE THOUGHT HIS MOM WAS LYING TO HIM WHEN SHE TOLD HIM THERE WERE OTHER KIDS LIKE HIM.FOR MANY OF THE KIDS... THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE THEY FACE DURING THE WEEKLONG CAMP... IS LEAVING AT THE END.MARINA HUTCHINSON, ASSOCIATED PRESS